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Golf: Former number one Miyazato to announce retirement - report

Japanese former world number one golfer Ai Miyazato will retire at the end of the season, reportedly.

Okinawa-born Miyazato won five titles in her rookie season on the domestic tour in 2004 before joining the North America-based circuit on a full-time basis two years later.

Miyazato secured 10 top-10 finishes …

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No easy starts for top guns at the French Open

There will be no gentle start for the favorites at the French Open starting this weekend, with nine-time winner Rafa Nadal and defending champion Novak Djokovic on a semi-final collision course.

World number one Andy Murray, who has been struggling this season, will play Russian Andrey Kuznetsov and faces a …

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Rooney 'more or less' decided on Manchester United future

Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney is close to making a decision about extending his 13-year stay at the Premier League club but will take a few weeks to contemplate, the 31-year-old has said.

Rooney, United's record goal-scorer with 253 goals, has two years left on his contract but his role …

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WBA suspend two judges over N'Dam-Murata title fight decision

The World Boxing Association has suspended two judges and ordered a rematch of a middleweight title fight between Hassan N'Dam of France and Japan's Ryota Murata after the bout ended with a controversial split decision last weekend.

WBA president Gilberto Jesus Mendoza confirmed that two judges, Panama's Gustavo Padilla and …

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320 Off 175 Balls: Pak’s Bilal Becomes Creates History In ODI

Pakistani cricketer Bilal Irshad smashed 320 not out off 175 balls in an inter-club championship, becoming the first batsman to score a triple century in a one-day match.
While playing for his local club, Shaheed Alam Bux Cricket Club, against Al Rehman CC in the Fazal Mahmood Inter-Club Championship, the …

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Baseball for the blind takes flight in Cuba

Yubis Zapata had to stop playing baseball when he lost his eyesight during military service due to an explosion, so for him, it is a miracle to be able to play once more, in Cuba's growing league for the blind.

The Communist-run country quickly adopted this version after it was …

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Murray struggles with illness on French Open eve: reports

World number one Andy Murray is battling to recover from illness before the French Open begins on Sunday, according to British media reports.

Murray has had numerous setbacks in 2017, with the 30-year-old diagnosed with shingles in February before sustaining a elbow injury in March that ruled him out of …

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MotoGP🏁: Rossi⭐ Injured in Motocross Accident😱

Italian MotoGP great Valentino Rossi has been taken to hospital in Italy after being involved in a motocross accident on Thursday, his Yamaha team said in a statement.

They said the 38-year-old rider, a nine times world champion and currently third in the top class, had been diagnosed with "mild …

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Cristiano Ronaldo accused of tax fraud by Spanish agency

Spanish prosecutors are considering whether Cristiano Ronaldo should face charges over allegations by the country's tax agency that he defrauded the authorities of €15 million between 2011 and 2014.

Prosecutors said they have until the end of June to decide whether to charge the Real Madrid star, based on evidence …

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Ricky Ponting backs Rahul Dravid to be new coach of India

India has advertised for a new coach, although incumbent Anil Kumble will automatically be on a shortlist and is tipped by interested onlookers in Australia to retain the role after his strong maiden season.

Former Australian captain Ricky Ponting believes that if the BCCI want a new man at the …

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